On August 3 and 4, 2021, a flash vaccination operation will take place in the village hall of St. Antonin-Noble-Wall in Torn-et-Garon.
The Prefecture of Torn-at-Garon On August 3 and 4, 2021 the flash vaccination operation will take place in the village hall of St. Antonin-Noble-Wall from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.
The operation, which is intended for vulnerable individuals and the general public, is carried out with the support of the regional health agency, which provides 400 doses of vaccine per day, i.e. a total of 800 doses; The Nagrepelise Vaccine Center provides logistical support and ensures coordination; The Departmental Council of Torn-at-Garon, which provides a team of caregivers; Saint-Antonin-Noble-Wall Municipality, which conducts operations in its village hall and provides its administrative and technical staff.
Targeted audience through vaccination operation
The vaccine operation also targets health professionals (hospitals, clinics, retirement homes, organizations for people with disabilities and professionals working with the elderly and the elderly, children) and catering professionals who will be assigned time slots for vaccinations during these two days.
These specialists should come forward to their hierarchy or go directly to the vaccination center.
Vaccination of the general public
It is also possible to vaccinate ordinary people who live in the area and come directly to the site without making an appointment or making an appointment (in this case, the space available to you is not guaranteed, and the waiting time varies depending on the number of people).
Other flash vaccination activities are planned throughout the summer at the large capacity vaccination center in the Torn-et-Garon Department, August 7, in Montauban, and on August 10, 12, and 17 at the large-capacity vaccine center for castellosarcin.
Increased viral circulation
The latest epidemiological data on the Tarn-et-Garonne segment continue to show an increase in viral circulation. As of July 30, July 21 to 27, the departmental incident rate was 271.1 positive cases per 100,000 residents (which was 252.8 on July 29) and the positive rate was 5., 3% (compared to 5.2% on July 29)).
As of July 25, approximately 55.3% had received the first injection of Tarn-et-Garonnais, and 45.6% had a complete vaccination schedule.
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Source : Press Release
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